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Yucaipa Woman Convicted of Grand Theft due to WeTip

Yucaipa, CA… Anonymous information called into the WeTip Anonymous National crime hotline has led to the arrest and conviction  of Laura Dennett, 27, of Yucaipa, California.  Dennett was originally investigated for Drug Sales, but law enforcement discovered stolen property at the residence.  Dennett was convicted on Grand Theft charges and sentenced to of 180 days in County jail and 3 years formal supervised probation. Investigators on this case rated the tip an 8 on a scale on 1-10.  They stated the information was very helpful. The informant in this case did not request a reward, they expressed a desire to be part of the solution.

WeTip has aided law enforcement authorities in taking over 1,300,700 crime reports resulting in over 17,000 Crimes solved.  Due to anonymous reporting, WeTip has aided Law Enforcement in the seizure of over $340 Million worth of  illegal drugs and narcotics.  All calls and webtips to WeTip are absolutely anonymous.  No one ever knows who gave the tip.

WeTip has been serving the Nation as the Grandfather of all anonymous tip programs for over 47 years.  Live operators staff the phones 24 hours a day 365 days per year. WeTip has no taping, tracing or caller ID.  WeTip also offers rewards of up to $1,000 when information leads to an arrest and conviction.  If you have information about any type of crime, call WeTip at 800-78-CRIME to report illegal or suspicious activity or log on to  All calls are anonymous, not just confidential.